Photography

Area:
South Dublin City
Price: -
Duration: 1 year
Type:
Further Education and PLC
Schedule: TBC

Course description

Leads to NFQ Level 5 QQI Award in Photography

Established over 15 years, the Photography course has a well-earned reputation for producing high quality graduates. Designed to provide an exciting and comprehensive introduction to those with a serious interest in Photography, it will help to increase each student’s knowledge and confidence as a photographer.

Throughout the course students will investigate various aspects of Digital Photography as well as more Traditional Methods.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should be able to demonstrate a serious interest in Photography and, when called for interview, should bring a selection of their own work (15–20 images). Candidates are also requested to bring a reference.

Progression

On completion, students will have a strong Portfolio of images that will direct them towards employment or entry into 3rd level courses. Students may also apply through the Higher Education Links Scheme to a range of courses at universities and colleges of technology.

For full information on progression through the Higher Education Links Scheme please go to www.qqi.ie and contact the relevant universities and colleges.

Course Content

Health and Safety Practice

Photographic Techniques

Studio Practice

Black and White Printing/Processing

Create your own Web Site

Visual Communications

Introduction to the History of Photography and Visual Culture

Computer Skills

Image Processing – Photoshop CS5

Digital Photography

Work Experience

Communication Skills

Teamworking

Gallery Visits

Field Trips


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